Grateful Dead Live at Buffalo Memorial Auditorium on 1977-05-09
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Sony ECM-33Ps > Nak 550>MAC>R>D>CD; Taped by Steve Maizner; via Jack Warner; Seeded to etree by Matt Vernon
- 2004-04-09 14:43:34
- Sony ECM-33Ps > Nak 550> MAC> R> D> CD
- Buffalo, NY
- Taped by
- Steve Maizner
Subject: Another '77 gem....
Subject: Best of '77
Subject: Better than Cornell
Subject: 77 and 78 dead
Subject: Better than Cornell?
Subject: far better than cornell
This is a wonderful sparkling show, much better than Cornell, much more consistently 'on' and crackling with energy.
But I guess, once Cornell got talked about, it snowballed and no one wanted to be caught saying that they 'couldn't see the emporer's new clothes'. It's sad that Cornell has become the representative to the GD; a show that keeps non-initiates scratching their heads saying "[other than the 'morning dew'], this sounds really sloppy and uninspired".
Subject: Good Show. Good Sound
Subject: the best
Subject: good stuff man
Subject: Favorite show, song, solo
This is the third Comes a Time in seven shows -- also 5/1/77 and 5/4/77 -- and it again caps a great show in one of the finest periods of the band. So Jerry's solo here is my favorite.
Mere words can't do justice to this show. Please, enjoy!
Subject: My personal fave.
I like this one far better than Cornell.
Help>Slip>Franklin's is downright hypnotic. Tight throughout. Sunshine Daydream is absolutely insane, will make Donna lovers out of Donna haters.
This is a decent AUD, if you like the show, find the SBD elsewhere. (YOU CAN STILL TRADE SOUNDBOARDS WITH THE BAND'S BLESSING, JUST NOT ON THE ARCIVE).
definitely a must have.
Subject: The Music Never Stopped
Subject: What happened to the SBD?
Subject: 29 years ago today
Subject: maybe i'm just not very picky...
Much love and gratitude to the folks who put this together and posted it, and thnx to the archive for keeping it in its cradle.
Subject: Who Stole My jellybeans ?
I heard on an interview once, and I think it was one of Garcia's wives who said that people are always seeking that special something and the Grateful Dead provides that "Cookie" as she called it. Today I feel like sombody stole my cookie.
Where did all the music go ?
Dead forever and forever Dead !
If we can't get in the front door we sneak in the back. No one will ever crush the spirit that lived at those concerts. And it was never about the money for those of us that "got it". I'm sure that knowing of the existance of all that music will drive us with the same force that had me hitching from Chicago to Philly with 25 cents, a jar of peanut butter, a jar of jelly and a half a loaf of bread.
We will get by.
Subject: One of the Greatest
Subject: My 3rd Dead Show
Subject: What kind of review is that? Hmmmm?
Subject: Nice change from the SBD
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